Recycled Book Reading Challenge: The Last Boyfriend by Nora Roberts

Hi there 🙂 Happy May Day!

This was a good one. I got a bit sucked into reading this book. It took awhile to get into it, but once I did, it was a pretty easy read.

I have no idea how this book came to be in my possession. For some reason, I think it might have been a ‘pass it along’ find.

I liked the storyline of the book. Basically, an old home is being renovated into a glam historical hotel and all of the characters this involves. There’s also a parallel storyline, one which involves a ghost – Lizzie. This was by far what intrigued me the most. She’s waiting for ‘Billy’ and although the people who have been used to having her around for awhile value her and aren’t so afraid, they find themselves on a mission to find out her story and who Billy is.

The only thing I don’t like about this situation is that this is the 2nd book of a 3 book series. I can fill in the gaps from the 1st book, so that’s not any kind of problem. However, I really want to know what happens in book 3! I’m not a big romance person, so I could kind of care less what happens with fictional personal relationships. However, there is a ghost mystery intertwined in this story and THAT is what I want to get to the heart of! Has anyone here read the 3rd book? If so, please let me know what happened with Eliza!

If you would like to join the Recycled Book Reading Challenge, just click the link and check it out! Its quite straightforward – dust off 1 book from your bookshelf and give it a read every month. Write a post about it and either wingback to the challenge or drop the link to your post in the comments section! I will link to every post from the month before I published. This is from Colette at Colette B.

Thanks for reading!

-Mliae

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Thank you for this, Nora. 😊

    Liked by 1 person

    1. mliae says:

      Hehe – Awesome comment, thanks! 😀

      Like

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